> Here are some suggestion for hardware components: [...] > the main SoC > SoC containing the following licenced IP cores: > MIPS p6600 2Ghz single core processor 64kb+64kb L1+L1 instruction+data cache > PowerVR GT7900: comes from the same company as the MIPS processor > [...] there is only one cpu core (better for MorphOS) > [...] > For the cost of IP cores, it may be possible to negociate a fee per unit produced > instead of an upfront cost. [...] the most likely path to success would be through > an arrangement with Imagination Technologies, makers of the MIPS processor. [...] > In exchange for being supplied with one of the best operating systems in the world, > they cound supply some advantage in return such as financing the development or, > at worst, a discount on the IP licencing cost for the hardware project.
Who is going to develop and manufacture this 2 GHz single-core P6600-based SoC with PowerVR GT7900 GPU for the MorphOS team? And as soon as this SoC exists, who is going to develop and manufacture a mainboard for it?